The VCU men’s and women’s tennis teams have experienced very different starts to the 2014 tennis season. Through the first nine matches of the year, the men’s team stands at 7-2. Conversely, the women’s squad enters the month of February with a 2-4 record.
While students were at home enjoying the holidays, VCU dance and choreography majors were working nonstop to put on the 9th annual student dance concert later this month.
Chief operating officer and senior vice president David Hanson announced this week he is leaving VCU at the end of this year for an administrative position at the Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H.
With black and gold pom-poms in hand, VCU’s Gold Rush Dancers take the court at halftime of each home game with a burst of energy that further excites the already-rowdy crowd.
Senior defender Stephanie DeMasi became VCU’s all-time assists leader as the VCU field hockey team, winners of two consecutive games and four of the last five, improved its record to 6-6 on the season.